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coyote21

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  1. An MS Office installation file (VRML2C.EXE) is being incorrectly flagged as a "Trojan.Downloader". Have attached the file and a scan log showing this issue. Thanks. VRML2C.EXE.zip MBAM-log-2018-09-27 (04-45-26).txt
  2. The latest Malware Antibytes update appears to have a triggered a false positive on: C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office10\MSTORDB.EXE The first alert was triggered by v2015.04.25.09 and it reports the file as a Trojan: C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office10\MSTORDB.EXE (Trojan.Agent.UKED) -> No action taken And also flags the associated registry key: Registry Keys Detected: 1 HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options\MSTORDB.EXE (Trojan.Agent.UKED) -> No action taken. ... whereas it should be a genuine MS Office file ? Other scanners do not flag this (e.g. latest version of ClamXav). I have attached a debug scan log - mbam-log-2015-04-27 (00-00-50).txt And the file itself: MSTORDB.EXE.zip
  3. The latest Malware Antibytes update appears to have a triggered a false positive on: c:\windows\$ntuninstallkb977914$\tsbyuv.dll When scanning the same file using older versions of MBAM the file is not picked up. Other scanners do not pick it up either (e.g. ClamXav). I have attached a debug scan log - MBAM-log-2014-10-25 (03-17-26).txt I have also attached a copy of the scanned file - tsbyuv.dll.zip
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